Naturalist Night: Coastal Conservation Through Citizen Science and Photography

Join the Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History on Thursday, June 13, to explore current research on the threatened western snowy plover through an engaging, evening science lecture. Biologist Carleton Eyster from Point Blue Conservation Science will guide the audience through recent findings and conservation efforts surrounding these secretive shorebirds, providing insight into their fascinating lives, the challenges they face and how we can all aid in their recovery. One conservation tool is photography, as local wildlife photographer Jacqueline Deely will share.

Space is limited. Preregister here:

Thursday, June 13, 2019 at 7:00pm to 8:30pm

Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History
1305 East Cliff Drive Santa Cruz, CA 95062

Event Type

Sports & Outdoor Recreation, Community Event, Workshop & Lecture

Target Audience

Family-Friendly, Young Adult, Kids, LGBTQ / LGBTQIA2, Seniors, Students, Disabled people / wheelchair users


Arts & Culture, Educational, Outdoor & Recreation




Santa Cruz



Free with Admission: $4 General | $2 Students/Seniors | Free for Members and Youth Under 18

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